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CALIFORNIA 

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NOTICE 






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The San Francsco Architectural Club, published October, 1909. 

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FROM THE PRESS OF 
GEO. RICE S SONS 

LOS AMCELES 



FOREWORD 



Architecture is an art which depends not only upon architects, 
but also upon the Public for its success. Architects may conceive 
beautiful buildings, but without the Public to erect them they will 
be but idle dreams. 

The Architect designs, but the Public must be suited. Public 
taste, therefore, as much as architectural talent determines the 
character of a city's buildings. 

Good taste is engendered by comparison. Without buildings 
(or photographs or drawings of buildings) to compare one with 
another, there would be no material for a standard of taste. Thus, 
opportunities for comparison are indispensable to the acquirement by 
a city of good architecture. 

The purpose of this exhibition is to afford such an opportunity 
for comparison. To the architect it offers a chance to compare his 
work with that of others; to the Public, a criterion for gauging the 
quality of its building ambitions. If the architect who visits it leaves 
inspired to do better work; if the Public who visits it leaves with a 
better understanding of what constitutes good work, its object will 
have been accomplished. 

ELMER GREY. 



ACKNOWLEDGMENT 

The Los Angeles Architectural Club desires to record its sense of indebtedness to 
those Architects, Artists and Draftsmen of this country and Europe, who by their generous 
loans have made possible this Exhibition, and thereby contributed to the growth and pro- 
motion of Architecture and the Allied Arts in this City. 

It also desires to express its sincere appreciation of the liberal financial support 
which the exhibition has received from its many Patrons which support has made the pub- 
lication of The Year Book and the holding of the Exhibition possible. 



LIST OF PATRONS 

Lbnwood Abbott 826J So. Broadway 

Architectural Photographer 

Acme Cement Piaster Co. 750 South Alameda Street 

Harbison Albright Laughlin Building 

Alpeter, Hall & Alpeter 309 Henne Bldg. 

Building Contractors 

Alta Planing Mill Co. 830 McGarry Street 

Architectural Iron Works 1668 Long Beach Avenue 

J. Brombacher 

Abden Plaster Co. 304 Security Building 

John C. Austin Wright & Callender Building 

Alpine Plaster Co. Douglas Bldg. 

Architect & Engineer of California and 

Pacific Coast States San Francisco 

Richard Arenz Company 4th and San Pedro Streets 

Painting and Decorating. 

Wall Paper. Burlaps. Room-mouldinga Paints. Oils and Varnishes 

Charles Abhton 234 E. Fourth Street 

Contracting Painter 

Bailey Ornamental Iron Co. 108-120 Ord Street 

Baker Iron Works Los Angeles 

Barber Bradley Construction Co. 1824 E. 15th Street 

General Contractors 

Barker Brothers 724 So. Broadway 

Household and Interior Decorators 



R. F. Beattie 

Plumbing 

Ions R. Bedeli. 

Building Materials 

A. B. Benton 
G. E. Bergstrom 
John W. F. Binderheim 

Interior Decorative Artist 

Bisch & Salzmann 

Wood Carvers 
BlSBEE-FlSHBURN Co. 

Doors, Sash and Glass 

Blomberg & Eck 

Universal Screen Co. 

The L. W. Blinn Lumber Co. 
Bly Brothers Stone Co. 

Contractors for Granite and Saudstone Work 

Blumve & Jay Co. 514 East Ninth Street 

Heating and Plumbing 

J. W. Bowen 664 Pac. Elec. Bldg. 

Agent Art Metal Construction Co. Bank Equipments 

U. R. Bowers & Sons 942-944 So. Main Street 

Ready Mixed Paints. Zinc Paste and Chicago Varnishes 

A. C. Brandt 394 Worcester Street, Pasadena, Cal. 

Contractor 

F. R. Brauer 2025 Willard Avenue 

Contractor and Builder 

Brooks Decorating Co. 696 South Alvarado Street 

Interior Decorators, Representatives of Enos Co., Lighting Fixtures 

Samuel Cabot, Inc., Boston, Massachusetts 

Cabot's Creosote Shingle Stain. Sheathing and Deafening Quilt, Waterproof Cement 
Stains, Waterproof Brick Stains 

California Cornice Works 



1147 West Washington Street 
720 South Broadway 

114 North Spring Street 

1035 Security Bldg. 

537 S. Euclid, Pasadena, Cal. 

1001 E. Ninth Street 

401 East Third Street 

1358 San Julian Street 

348 East Second Street 

668 South Utah Street 



California Ornamental Brick Co. 

Artificial Cast Stone 

California Builders' Supply Co., Inc. 

Building Materials 

The California Door Co. 
California Marble Co. 

L- J. Kling, Manager 

California Fire-Proof Door Co. 

Andrew Beyrlfl 

California Portland Cement Co. 



1610 San Fernando Street 

818 Central Building 

121 West Third Street 

237-241 Central Avenue 

1000-01 Union Trust Bldg. 

1932 So. Main Street 



401 L. A. Trust Bldg. 
709 So. Broadway 
947 Lucile Avenue 



California Wall Paper Co. 

G. J. Vieira. Prea. 

Cameo-Cement Co. 

Ornamental and Decorative Work in Cement 

Cass-Smurr-Damerel Co. 412-414 South Broadway 

Builders' Hardware 

Geo. J. Chisholm 316 Flavin Bldg., Pasadena 

Landscape Gardener 



!!. V. Cou.ims 928 South Main Street 

Til< ami Marble 

Conner & McCann 483 W. 28th Street 

Contractors anil Builders 

Henry Cowell Lime& Cement Co. 9.5 Market St., San Francisco 

Ht- Diabolo Cement 

W. P. Creller 120 West Colorado Street, Pasadena, Cal. 

Plumbing 

J. A. Crook 226 Stimson Bids- 

General Contractor and Huilder 

IVji. C. CBOWELL 140 Chamber of Commerce Bldg., Pasadena 

Huil lei 
Cko\vell& Sutton 744 San Pedro Street 

C. Cuoco 1514 East Adams Street 

Dahlotbom Metallic Door Co. 720 Merchants Ex. Big. San Francisco 

Mfra. Sigh Grade Hollow Metal Doora and Infc 
The John Douglas Company 458 East Third Street 

Mfrs. Hish Oracle Plumbing Fixtl 

F. O. Engstrl.m Co.. Inc. East Fifth, corner Seaton 

Contractors 

Eureka Planing Mill Co. 040 E. Fourth Street 

F.uKciiiLD-GrLMORE-WiLTON Co. 792 Pacific Electric Bldg. 

Paving ■ 
Hour. D. Fabqukab Security Building 

I'orve-Pettibone Co. 514 South Broadway 

I'oulkes-Gaylord Electrical Co. 931 Security Bldg. 

Electrical Contraotore and Engineers 

Frick-Fleming Hardware Co. 124 S. Spring Street 

P. & F- Corbin Builders" Hardware 

C. Ganahl Lumber Co. Los Angeles 

The Garry Iron & Steel Co. Cleveland, Ohio 

"Cleveland" Expanded Metal Lathe 

C!aylord& Vore Pasadena, Cal. 

Electrical Contractors 

General Electric Company Los Angeles 

Gladding, McBean & Co. 311 Crocker Bldg., San Francisco 

Mfrs. Terra C >. Brick and Tile 

Raymond C. Gould 384 West Fifth Street 

Fine Arts 

Graham Photo Co. H9§ South Spring Street 

rcial Photographers 

Grand Canyon Lime& Cement Co of Arizona Los Angeles 

Elmer Grey Union Trust Bldg. 

Greene & Greene Pasadena, Cal. 



A. L. Gribling 807 New High Street 

General Contractor 

Grimes-Stassforth Stationery Co. 232-234 South Spring Street 

Gruenfeld & Rieker 821 Clanton Street 

Ornamental Plaster Modelers and Sculptors 

Gtjercio Bros. 602 W. Sixth Street 

Fine Plumbing Fixtures 

Edwin Hambly 3418 Winslow Drive 

Designer and Manufacturer of Furniture aud Interiors 

David A. Hamburger Los Angeles 

Moses A. Hamburger Los Angeles 

Godfred Hanson 1414 So. Vermont Avenue 

Contractor 

George W. Harding 1111-1112 Security Bldg. 

Structural Engineer 

Paul Haupt 927 Central Bldg. 

General Contractor 

Thomas Haverty Co. 517 South Los Angeles Street 

Plumbers 

Wm. Henderson & Son 1169 Quincy Street 

Sanitary Engineering and Plumbing 

Hipolito Screen & Sash Co. 638 Maple Avenue 

Hoffman-Marks Co. 226 South Main Street 

Hardware 

Holmes Disappearing Bed Co. 671-81 Pacific Electric Bldg. 

American Disappearing Bed Co. 

Home Telephone & Telegraph Co. 716 So. Olive Street 

Howe Brothers 552-4 So. Spring Street 

Plumber, Hardware, Gas and Electric Fixtures 

E. D. Hough 308 E. oyd Streel 

Heating and Ventilating 

IIowells & Graham 728 E. Seventh Street 

Plastering Contractors 

Jno. B. Holtzclaw 847 South Hill Street 

Frank D. Hudson 415 Stimson Bldg. 

Hughes Manufacturing & Lumber Co. 1430 So. Alameda St. 

Interior Finish, Bank. Store and Office Fixtures 

Myron Hunt Union Trust Bldg. 

Hunt, Eager & Burns 701 Laughlin Bldg. 

H. E. Huntington Pacific Electric Bldg. 

Robert W. Hunt & Co. Chicago. Dl. 

Inspection Engineers — Chicago and San Fram 

W. G. Hutchison Co. 597 So. Spring Street 

Mfrs- Gas and Electric Fixtures 

Independent Gas Appliance Co. 604 So. Hill Street 

Humphrey Automatic Water Heaters 

John S. Jacobs & Sons Co. 319 H. W. Hellman Bldg. 

General Contractors 



800 Central Bldg. 

325 Security Bldg. 

705 Auditorium Bldg. 

825 E. 7th Street 



II. W. .Toiins-Maxviixe Co. 284 North Los Angeles Street 

Asbesta ag and Insulation Materials 

JOHNSON & LlNDLEY 

Steel For Concrete Reinforcement 
Arthur R. Kelly 
E. C. Kent 
Kimmehle Concrete Machinery Co. 

Artificial Stone 

J. A. Klarqiist 

General Conl 
J. P. Krempel 

R. D. Kbonnick 

Contractor 

C. J. Kubach Company 

Building Construction 

Emu. Lanoe 

Stained Glass 
C. H. Leonardt 

General Contractor 

Los Angeles Art Glass Co. 

Designer;- and Workers in Glass 
Llewellyn Iron Works 

Los Angeles Brick Co. 

Los Angeles Desk Co. 

P. R. FeitabanSi Presidenl 
Los Axgei.es Pressed Brick Co. 



010 Wright & Callender Bldg. 

415 Henne Bldg. 

3001 South Hill Street 

068-073 Pacific Electric Bldg. 

1.500 East Ninth Street 

II. W. Hellnian Bldg. 

(its Maple Avenue 

Los Angeles 

503 Security Bldg. 

117-119 South Broadway 

400-1 4 Frost Bldg. 



Los Angeles Wholesale Metal Dealers Club 
(Southern California Chapter) 



Baker «fe Hamilton 
H. R. BoyntonCo. 
A. H. Busch Co. 
California Hardware Co. 
Crane Company. 
L. M. Davenport Co. 
Ducommun Hardware Co. 
Fairbanks. Morse <fc Co. 
Harper A Kevnolds Co. 
Holbrook. Merrill A- Stetson 
W. W. Montague A- Co. 

Machinery & Electrical Co. 

Heating and Ventilating 
MaiKay & Company 



McFie Supply Company 
National Supply Co. 
N. O. Nelson Mfg. Co. 
Newell Mathew- Co. 
Pacific Coast Mfg. Co. 
Percival Iron Co. 
Sraitli-Booth-Usher Co. 
The Tay Co. of Los Angeles 
Union Hardware & Metal Co. 
Union Well Supply Co. 
Waterhouse & Lester 

351 North Main Street 
302 Mason Bldg. 



Designers and Manufacturers of Decorations and Stained Gloss 

N. F. Marsh Central Building 



Albert C. Martin 
B. S. Mason 

Contracting Painter 

P. H. Mathews Paint Co. 
Octavius Morgan 



[719 H. W. Hellnian Bldg. 

120 E. 27th Street 

200 So. Los Angeles Street 

232 North Main Street 



Olin G. McWain 600 Byrne Bldg. 

lllue Printing! Map Mounting, Drafting 

H. L. Miller 38 N. Raymond Avenue, Pasadena, Cal. 

Electrical Contracting and Supplies 

Mission Fixture Co. 115 W. Ninth Street 

Mfrs. Artistic Lighting Fixtures 

The Merchant Plumbers' Association Los Angeles 

The Meyeerg Co. 217 West Sixth Street 

Lighting Fixtures 

Munger & Munger 173 E. Colorado Street, Pasadena, Cal. 

Plumbing — Heating 

Dan Murphy Central Building 

Eugene Murray 1840 East First Street 

Steam Heating and Plumbing 

W. A. O. Munsell 415 Stimson Bldg. 

National Fireproofing Company Chicago, 111. 

Charles Brooks, Resident Manager, 972 Monadnock Bldg., San Francisco 

National Hardwood Co. 634 Aliso Street 

All Kinds of Hardwood Flooring 

E. O. Nay & Co. Pasadena, Cal. 

Otto Neisser 651 South Hill Street 

Ruud Automatic Water Heaters 

Robert G. Neustadt 704 Wright & Callender Bldg. 

Newbery-Bowers Electric Co. 125J West Third Street 

Electrical Engineers and Contractors 

Newell Bros. 218 West First Street 

W. D. Newell, Jno. T. Newell — Plumbing, Gas and Steam Heating 

J. Niederer Company 3409 South Main Street 

Mfrs. Bank, Office and Store Fixtures 

L. A. Norris San Francisco, Cal. 

Pacific Coast Sales Agent Clinton Electrically Welded Frabic and Wire Lathe. 
J. W. Belt*. Manager. 342 Citizens Natl. Bank Bldg., Los Angeles 

C. J. Nordquest 1422 Bellevue Avenue 

General Contractor 

Otis Elevator Co. 218-220 East Fourth Street 

Pacific Coast Planing Mill Co. Sixth and Mateo Streets 

Pacific Sash & Door Company 3310-3824 South Main Street 

Pacific Portland Cement Co. 611-612 Union Trust Bldg. 

MiVs, of "I lolden I lata Cement" 
Panzer-Hamilton Co. 137 So. Rose Street 

Sheet Motel ' 
The Paraffinf. Paint Co. 516-1!) Security Bldg. 

E. c. .iinl.di ,v Co., Paraonal Representatives 
Parker-Preston & Company. Inc. 327 Central Bldg. 

Mfrs. Waterproof Paint Bpeoialtie i and Plaster 

Water-proof Shingle Stain 

Pacific ORNAMENTAL Iron Works IMS So. Main Street 

John Parkinson 1035 Security Bldg. 

Pasadena Hardware Co., Inc. Pasadena, Cal. 



Phillips Heating, Ventilating & Mfg. Co. 1224 S. Figueroa Street 

Pickel Marble & Granite Co. Faith Street and Santa Fe Avenue- 
Joseph Wesselne, Manager 
Pioneer Roll Paper Co. 219-21 South Los Angeles Street 

Mfrs. of Building and Roofing Paper 

Pittsburg Water Heater Co. 639 So. Hill Street 

V. F. Stamps, Jr.. Southern Representative 

Raymond Stone Company 781 Lyon Street 

Contractors for Cut Stone 

John Rebman 020 Citizens Nat'l Bank Bldg. 

Contractor 

Reedcraft Shop 713 S. Broadway 

Makers and sellers of Reedcraft Furniture 

H. Alban Reeves Chamber of Commerce Bldg, 

Geo. Rice & Sons 350 South Los Angeles Street 

Printers 

Charles E. Richards 704 Wright & Callender Bldg. 

C. Riddebhof Merchants Trust Bldg. 

Water Filters 

Riverside Portland Cement Company Kerckhoff Bldg. 

Roebling Construction Company San Francisco, Cal. 

Fireproof Construction and Mfrs. Wire and Expanded Metal Fath 

John A. Roebling's Sons Co. 326 E. Market Street 

Wire Products of every description 

Frederick L. Roehrig 407-408 Byrne Bldg. 

A. F. Rosenheim H. W. Hellman Bldg. 

Samson Cordage Works Boston, Mass. 

Mfrs. "Samson Spot Cord" 

Sanborn, Vail & Co. 735 South Broadway 

Architects' Supplies. Stationery and Framing 

Sanitas Mfg. Co. 1818-20 Georgia Street 

Sanitary Flooring and Tile 

Simons Brick Co. 125 W. Third St. 

Mfr.-. I nameled, Glased, Preued Urick, and Roofing Tile 

Southwest Brick Co. 225 Douglas Bldg. 

Common building Urick 

So. Cal. Blue Print & Supply Co. 800 L. A. Trust Bldg. 

Southern California Edison Co. 120 East Fourth Street 

Southern California Hardwood & Mfg. Co. 1200 E. Eighth St. 

Sash. Doora and Genera] Mill Work. Wall and Disappearing Beda 

F. L. Spaulding 1460 Dana Street 

General Contractor 

Spreckels Bros. Commercial Co. 1S6 West Second Street 

Building Materials 

Standard Screen & Mfg. Co. 3110 So. Main Street 

Mfrs. of Window and Door Sert-en- 

St.vxdard Varnish Works Chicago, III. 

Vamiahes, Stains. 1 nainels and Japans. F. T. McHenry, Pacific Coast Representa- 
tive, San Francisco 



E. J. Stanton 884 South Alameda Street 

Hardwoods 

Stieger Terra Cotta & Pottery Works San Francisco, Cal. 

Sunset Subscription Agency 631 Chamber of Commerce BIdg. 

Architectural Books and Magazines- A. T- Wayde, Manager 

H. R. Tibbets Paint Co. 934 So. Main Street 

After March 1st,— 3d and San Pedro Street 
Distributors of Acme Quality Paints and Varnishes 

G. E. Talbeht 221 E. Ave. 28th 

GeDeral Contractor ' 

W. II. Taylor 846 Commercial Street 

Hydrated Lime 

The Trenton Potteries Company Trenton, N. J. 

Sanitary Pottery Plumbing Fixtures— Plumber's Earthenware — Vitreous China 
Lavatories- M. Howard. Pacific Coast Representative, Monadnock BIdg,'. 
San Francisco 

Union Iron Works Palmetto and Molino Streets 

Union Lime Co., Inc. Atlantic and Channing Streets 

John A. Walls 232 North Main Street 

Albert R. Walker Wright & Callender BIdg. 

Waterhouse & Price Co. 218 Mercantile Place 

Building Materials and Manufacturers Agents 

Watkins Bros. 2227 Maple Avenue 

Arch. Modelers. Interior and Exterior Decorative Work 

Weber Show Case & Fixture Co. 316-320 So. Los Angeles Street 
C. B. Weaver Wright & Callender BIdg. 

Whitaker & Ray-Wiggin Co. 420-26 Pac. Elec. BIdg. 

Church. Theatre and .School Funu 

Whiting Wrecking Company 415 East Ninth Street 

Building Materials and Lumber 

Whittcer-Coburn Co. 44:1 South Los Angeles Street 

Paints, oil and Glass 
The Winslow Bros. Company Chicago, III. 

Ornamental Iron ami Bronte, ( lharlee Brooke, Pac- Coaal Representative, 

97- Mnmulnock BIdg, San Francisco 

Woodstone Mani-kactfring Company 422 II. W. Hellman BIdg. 

I ii nuns & Dalrymple Pasadena 

The Handierafl Shop 




THE ARCHITECTURAL LEAGUE 
OF THE PACIFIC COAST 

This League was organized in the early part of 1909 through the medium of a Conven- 
tion held at Portland, Oregon, in which the prime mover was Mr. E. F. Lawrence of that 
city. 

It is composed of the following Chapters of the American Institute of Architects: 

San Francisco, Southern California and Washington State and the following Archi- 
tectural Clubs: 

San Francisco, Los Angeles, Portland and Seattle as well as the Beaux Arts Society of 
Architects of San Francisco. 

The objects of the League are to secure: 

1st. A closer affiliation between the various Chapters of the American Institute of 
Architects and the Architectural Clubs. 

2nd. The formation of such organizations in cities where none now exist. 

3rd. The holding of an annual Convention. 

4th. A systematically conducted circuit of Architectural exhibits. 

5th. An organized scholarship work. 

The first convention and exhibit was held in March, 1909 at Portland, the second at 
San Francisco in October of the same year and the third convention will be in Los Angeles 
in October, 1910. 

The total membership of the League at present is about five hundred. 

Jan. 10th, 1910. 

OFFICERS OF LEAGUE 

President A. F. Rosenheim, Los Angeles 

Vice President E. F. Lawrence, Portland 

Secretary John P. Krempel, Los Angeles 

Treasurer W. R. B. Willcox, Seattle 

Manager M. A. Vinson, Los Angeles 

EXECUTIVE COUNCIL 

L. C. MuLLGABDT JOS. jACOnBERGER 

August G. Headman David C. Lewis 
Frederick H. Meyer Portland 

San Francisco ('has. Alden 

Octavius Morgan Carl F. Gould 
Henry E. Bean Seattle 

Los Angeles K. K. Otter, Spokane 
A. J. Russell, Tacoma 



THE LOS ANGELES 
ARCHITECTURAL CLUB 



President 
Vice-President 
Secretary 
Treasurer 



A F. Rosenheim 

S. R. Bukns 

Henry E. Bean 

Otto Janssen 



John C. Austin 
Frank D. Hudson 
John Parkinson 



EXHIBITION COMMITTEE 
Myron Hunt, Chairman 



Arthur B. Benton 
Arthur R. Kelly 
Frank L. Stiff 
M. A. Vinson. Manager 



Francis Pierpont Davis 
Octavius Morgan* 
Albert R. Walker 



Robert D. Farquhar 



EDUCATIONAL COMMITTEE 
Elmer Grey. Chairman 



Charles S. Greene 



W. A. O. Munsell 



LIBRARY COMMITTEE 

Lester S. Moore, Chairman 



P. J. Van Tkf.i- 



FbaNK I). Ill D80N 



HOUSE COMMITTEE 
Frank 1.. Stiff, Chairman 



Elmore R. Jeffert 



1*. C, A- IBS 

.1. A. Griffbn 
T, Marlowe 
Hour. I'. Train 



ENTERTAINMENT COMMITTEE 
J. B. Hoi.Tzri.AW. Chairman 



Lot la EL Bedell 
C. Gruenfeld 

Chas. B. RoBDJSON 
William Werner 



Charles Ii. Gai.i.i v 
Alfonso Mitterhaisf.s 
Frank L. Stiff 
Willi \m 11. Wii.lson 



REGULAR MEMBERS 



Albright, Harrison 

Aleon. Geo. N. 

Andrus,' Elmer C. 

Austin, John C. 

Bean, Henry E. 

Benton, Arthur B. 

Bergstrom, G. E. 

Blee, John F. 

Brooks, Frank H. 

Burns, S. R. 
Cassidat, Robt. M. 

Chambers, H. C. 
Clark, R. J. 
Cook, W. D., Jr. 
Davis, Francis Pierpont 
DeLario, John L. 
Door, E. H. 
Elder, Chas. A. 
Eley, Fred H. 
Erkes, Walter E. 
Farquhah, Robt. D. 
Fox, Chas. Kirby 
Frauenfelder, John J. 



532 Laughlin Bldg. 

701 W. Temple 

211 Homer Laughlin Bidg. 

Wright & Cullender Bldg. 

921 Central Bldg. 

144 N. Spring St. 

1035 Security Bldg. 

Bldg. Dept. City Hall 

1371 W. 39th St. 

701 Laughlin Bldg. 

324 Security Bldg. 

1017 Union Trust 

In Absentia 

(i(>4 Wright & Callender Bldg. 

2201 S. Figueroa 

2707 Western Ave. 

1402 Union Trust Bldg. 

377 So. Hill St. 

741 Stewart St. 

415 IIcnneBldg. 

418 Security Bldg. 

Pomona, Oil. 

1035 Security Bldg. 



Greene, Chas. S. 
Grey, Elmer 
Griffen, J. A. 
Halbedl, Rot 
Haven, Edgar 
Heineman, Arthur S. 

HlLLMAN, J. C. 

Hudson, Frank D. 
Hunt, Myron 
Hunt, Sumner P. 
Janssen, Otto 
Jay, Clarence L. 
Jeffrey, Elmore R. 
Kegley, Frank T., Jr. 
Kelly, Arthur R. 
Kent, Edward C. 
Kooken. Arthur J. 
Larralde, J. Alfred 
Lyon, Duane 
Marlowe, T. 
Martin, A. C. 
Memmler, Arthur II. 
Moore, Lester S. 
Morgan, Octavtos 
Miller, Harry T, 
Mitterhausen, Alio 
Munsell, W. A. O. 
Munson, A. ('. 
Needham, Paul A. 
Nielsen, Harry 
Osgood, Irving 



215 Boston Bldg. Pasadena 
1017 Union Trust 

Engrs. Office City Hall 
1085 Security Bldg. 

216 Wright & Callender 
1400 Union Trust Bldg. 

Chamber Commerce Bldg., Pasadena 

415 Stimson Bldg. 

1017 Union Trust 

701 Laughlin Bldg. 

325 Security Bldg. 

615 H. W. Hellman Bldg. 

605 Citizens' National Bank Bldg. 

701 Laughlin Bldg. 

325 Security Bldg. 

705 Aud. Bldg. 

1402 Union Trust Bldg. 

1119 South Olive Street 

2159 W. 25th St. 

418 Security Bldg. 

719 H. W. Hellman Bldg. 

Sunny Slope, San Gabriel, Cal. 

705 Auditorium Bldg. 

232 X. Main St. 

7<i4 k Crocker St. 

1017 Union Trust Bldg. 

41.) Stimson Bldg. 

1017 Union Trust Bldg. 

312 Wright & Callender Bldg. 

:U7 So. Hill 

In Absentia 



Parkinson, John 
Pemberton, L. B. 
Pope, Lester L. 
Quintin, Scott 
Rasche, Frank F. 
Reeves, H. Alban 
Rosenheim, A. F. 
Scott, M. D. L. 
Sharp, W. A. 
Sholes, C. Ben 
Sindorf, Jacques 
Stiff, Frank L. 
Smith, Edwabd J. 
Smith, John C. 
Thompson, William F. 
Train, Robt. F. 
Van Trees, Paul J. 
Vawter, J. T. 
Walker, A. R. 
Warn, Montrose 
Werner, W. H. 

WlLLSON, R. 

Williams, Robt. E. 
Willson, Will H. 
Withet, H. F. 



1035 Security Bldg. 

705 Auditorium Bldg. 

764 P. E. Bldg. 

1201 W. 35th St. 

4645 Vine St. 

Chamber Commerce Bldg. 

615 H. W. Hellman Bldg. 

2017 No. Alvarado St., Station M 

114 No. Spring St. 

460 Pacific Electric Bldg. 

1035 Security Bldg. 

723 Grosse Bldg. 

325 H. W.'Hellman Bldg. 

325 H. W. Hellman Bldg. 

314 Wright & Callender Bldg. 

26 Exchange Bldg. 

605 Citizens' National Bank Bldg. 

Id Absentia 

216 Wright & Callender Bldg. 

3115 Malabar St. 

1035 Security Building 

215 Boston Bldg., Pasadena, Cal. 

26 Exchange Bldg. 

719 H. W. Hellman Bldg. 

418 Security Bldg. 



ASSOCIATE MEMBERS 



AyaRS, F. C. 

Bedell, Louis R. 
Bowers II. Conger 
Cheesewright, E. J. 
Collins, B. V. 
Gallup, Chas. B. 
Gruenpeld, C. 
IIaight, D. V. 
Holtzclaw, J. B. 
Jacobs, James H. 
MacKav, J. E. 
Mothershead, J. L. 
Rieker, John 
Robinson, Chas. B. 
Rudy, James F. 
Schneider, F. W. 
Schryer, George C. 
Tilden, Clement W, 
Vinson, M. A. 
Wiseman, Thos. B. 
Underwood, Western 



314 W. First St. 

720 So. Broadway 

125i W. 3rd 

347 S. Hill 

928 So. Main 

347 S. Hill 

821 Clanton St. 

114 N. Spring 

347 S. Hill St. 

319 H. W. Hellman Bldg. 

302 Mason Bldg. 

643 Maple Ave. 

72C S. Figueroa St. 

317 W. 6th St. 

643 Maple Ave. 

643 Maple Ave. 

347 S. Hill St. 

6508 Bonsallo Avenue 

1411 Union Trust Hid-- 

Bakerstield, Cal. 

514 So. Broadway 



LIST OF EXHIBITORS 





LOS ANGELES 


Albright, Harrison 


Architect 


5S2 Laughlin Bldg .5 


Arden Plaster Co. 


Plaster Mfrs. 


Security Bldg. 4 


Austin, John C. Architect 
Austin, W. H. Architect 
Bailey Ornamental Iron Co. 


Wright & Callender 

Bldg. 9 
.534 Chestnut Street 

Long Beach j 
110 Ord Street 1 


Benton, Arthur B. 


Architect 


114 N. Main St. 1? 


Beregsasy, J. 


Woodcarver 


Main & Jefferson St. J 


Bisch & Salzmaxx 


Wood Carvers 


1001 E. Ninth St. .3 


Binderhei.m, John W. F. 
Brooks Decorating Co. 


Interior Decorator 
Enos Lighting Fixtures 


.337 S. Euclid Ave. 

Pasadena 8 
696 S. Alvarado St. 4 


BUBNHAM, F. D. 




Deceased 1 


Cabot, Samuel, Inc. 


Creosote Stains 


Boston, Mass. 1 


Calder, Alex. Sterling 


Sculptor 


Los Angeles 3 


California Ornamental 
Brick Co. 


Artificial Stone 


818 Central Bldg. 10 


California Marble Co. 
Cameo-Cement Co. 


Ornamental Cement Work 


1001 Union Trust 

Bldg. 4 
947 Lucile Ave. 8 


Corbett, B. Cooper 


Architect 


666Pac.Elec. Bldg, 3 


Cass-Smurr-Damerel Co. 


Ruswin Hardware 


412 So. Broadway 5 


Collins, B. V. 


Rookwood Tile 


928 S. Main St. 10 


Cook, Wilbur David, Jr. 
Cuoco, C. 


Landscape Architect 
Garden Pottery 


Wright & Callender 

Bldg. 8 
1514 E. Adams St. 5 


Dennis & Fabwell 


Architects 


618 Fay Bldg, 8 



entries 



Farquhar, Robert D. Architect 

Forve-Pettebone Co. Lighting Fixtures 

Frick-Fleming Hardware 

Co. E. & W. Corbin Hdwe 

Gladding, McBean & Co. Terra Cotta 



Architect 

Fine Arts 

Architectural Photographers 

Architects 

Civil Engineer 

Architectural Modelers 

Architectural Renderer 

Furniture Mfr. 



Glidden, Homer W. 

Gould, Raymond C. 
Graham Photo Co. 
Greene & Greene 
Griffin, J. Alden 

GrUENFELD & RlEKER 

Haight, D. V. 

Hambly, Edwin 

Hamburger, A. & Sons, Inc. Furniture & Draperies 

Handicraft Shop 

Holtzclaw, J. B. Furniture Designer 

Holtzclaw Allen & Co. Furniture & Interior 

Decortors 
Homes Disappearing Bed Co. 

Hudson & Munsei.i. Architects 

Hughes Mfg. & l.i mbeh Co. Interior Woodwork 

Hunt, Eager & Burns Architects 



Hunt. Myron 


Architect 


Hutchison, W. G. Co. 


Lighting Fixtures 


Jay, Clarence 1.. 




Jeffery. Vas Tress 
& Millar 


Architects 


Kkglky, Frank T., ,Ir. 




Kei.lf.y, Arthur R. 


Architect 


Kent, Edward C. 


Architect 


Kif.si.int.. h <;. 


Woodcarver 


Krempel, John P. 


Architect 



418 Security Bldg G entries 
514 So. Broadway 6 

124 So. Spring St. 5 ■' 
San Francisco 15 " 

812 Wright & Ca- 
lender Bldg. 4 
324 W. Fifth St. 15 " 

119 J So. Spring St. 13 " 

Pasadena, Cal. 8 

428 E. 52nd St. 1 " 

821 Clanton St. 7 " 

114 N. Spring St. 1 " 

3418 Winslow Drive 

8th & Broadway 10 " 

Pasadena •"> 

34? So. Hill St. a " 

:il7So. Hill St. 20 entries 
Pac. Elec. Bldg. 1 " 

US Stimson Bldg. 21 " 

1480 S. Alameda 15 " 

701 Laughlin Bldg. 16 

1017 Union Trust 1 " 
.".!I7 So. Spring E 

BSfl W. 18th St, 1 " 

Citizens Bank Bldg. f> " 
323 Blanchard Bldg. 1 " 

KM Security Bldg. IS 

705 Auditorium 

Bldg. 4 

824 E. Ninth St. 6 " 

414 Henne Bldg. 12 



Los Angeles Art Glass Co. 

James Frederick Rudy, Designer 

Los Angeles Pressed Brick Co. 



Lyon, Duane 

Mac Kay & Company 

Marsh, N. F. 

Marston, Sylvanus B. 

Mathews, P. II. Paint Co. 

Mayberry & Parker 

Meyberg & Co. 

Mission Fixture Co. 

Morgan & Walls 

Moore, Lester S. 

Myron Hunt & 
Elmer Grey 

Neher & Skilling 

Neher, Otto 

Xielson, Harry 

Norton, S. T. 
Pacific Ornamental Iron 
Parkinson & Behgstrom 
Parker-Preston & Co. 
Bay E. Bussfll 
Preston, Thos. A. 
Power, Thos. 
Beedcraft Shop 
Beeves, H. Alban 

Boehrig, Frederick L. 
Bosenheim. A. F. 

Sanitas Mfg. Co. 



Stained Glass 
Architect 

Architect 

Paints & Varnishes 

Engineers 

Lighting Fixtures 

Lighting Fixture* 

Architects 

Architect 

Architects 
Architects 
Architect 
Interior Designer 

Architect 
Works 
Architects 
Shingle Stain 
Architect 
Architect 
Architect 

Beedcraft Furniture 
Architect 

Architect 
Architect 

Tiles 



(itli Maple Ave. 20 entries 

Prost Bldg. 1 " 

2169 W. 25th St. " 

Mason Bldg. 20 " 

206 Brdy. Central 

Building 5 

Pasadena, Cal. 5 " 

260 S. Los Angeles 10 " 

Pac. Elec. Bldg. 4 ' 

217 W. Sixth 5 " 

It.". W. Ninth St. 5 " 

282 X. Main St. .5 " 

Auditorium Bldg. " 

1017 Union Trust 20 " 

(Kit Pac. Elec. Bg. 4 " 

(104 Pac. Elec. Bg. 10 " 

Holtzclaw Allen & 

Co. 4 " 

316 Byrne Bldg. 1 

1942 So. Main St. 2 " 

1085 Security Bldg.18 " 

827 Central Bldg. 10 " 

Santa Barbara 4 " 

414 Currier Bldg. 1 

1 11 Xo. Spring St. 7 " 

713 So. Brodway 6 " 

544 Chamber of 
Commerce Bldg. 1 

408 Byrne Bldg. 13 " 

615 H. W. Hellman 

Bldg. 12 " 

1818 Georgia'^St. 10 " 



Sharp, W. A. 
Simons Brick Co. 
Scott, M. D. L. 

Stiff, Frank L. 
St. Clair. Norman 

Stanton, E. J. 
Terwiluger, D. W. 
Thompson, W. F. 

Tilden, Clement W. 

Train & Williams 
Walker, Albert R. 



Illustrator 
Mfrs. of Brick 
Architectural Designer 

Architect 
Architectural Renderer 

Hardwoods 

Architect 

Architect 

Ornamental Plaster and 

Cement Works 
Architects 

Architect 



Whittlesey & Terwiluger Architects 

Williams. E. J. 
Woodstone Mfg. Co. 



Wright, Parker O., Jr. 



Bakewbll & Brown 
Baumgartner, J. J. 
Buss & Faville 
Burnham & Co., D. H. 
Crim & Scott 
Cublf.tt & Son, Wm. 
Dicket & Reed 
Headman, August G. 
Hobart, Lewis P. 
Kelham, G. W. 
Knowles, VViluam 
Mathews, Edgar A. 
Mari, Valere de 



114 No. Spring St. 7 entries 

125 W. Third St. 10 " 

719 W. H. Hellman 

Bldg. 4 " 

Grosse Bldg. 1 " 

Wright & Callender 

Bldg. 1 " 

8th & Alameda St. 10 " 

705Auditorium Bldg.fi " 

315 Wright-Callender 

Building 1 " 

6508 Bonsallo Ave. 2 " 

226 Exchange Bldg. 6 " 

216 Wright & Cal- 
lender Bldg. 11 " 
705 Auditorium 

Bldg. 4 " 

Boston, Mass., 1 " 



Mfrs. of Woodstone 
Architect 


422 H. W. Hellman 

Bldg. 
10S5 Security Bldg. 


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SAN FRANCISCO 




Architects 


San Francisco 


2 


Architectural Renderer 


San Francisco 


2 


Architects 


San Francisco 


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Architects 


San Francisco 


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Architects 


San Francisco 


1 


Architects 


San Francisco 


1 


Architects 


San Francisco 


3 


Architect 


San Francisco 


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Architect 


San Francisco 


4 


Architect 


San Francisco 


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Architect 


San Francisco 


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Architect 


San Francisco 


7 


ArchitecturaljBenderer 


San Francisco 


2 



Meyer, Frederick H. Architect 

Mullgardt, Louis C. Architect 

Parker, Walter H. Architect 

Rkford, Loring P. Architect 

Sawyer, Houghton Architect 

Sutton & Weeks Architect 
Trobridge & Lewingston Architects 



San Francisco 


1 


entries 


San Francisco 


8 


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San Francisco 


7 


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San Francisco 


13 


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San Francisco 


1 


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San Francisco 


1 


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San Francisco 


1 


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From Various Parts of United States and England 



Alavoine & Co., 


Interior Decorators 


New York 


4 


Alden, Charles H., 


Architect 


Seattle, Wash. 


i 


Allen & Collins, 


Architects 


Boston, Mass. 


a 


Atterbury, Grosvenor 


Architect 


New York 


7 


Bacon, Francis H. 


Furniture Mfr. 


Boston 


1 


Badgley, Chas. G., 


Architect 


Seattle, Wash. 


3 


Bailey, Vernon Howe 


Architectural Renderer 


New York 


5 


Barber, Donn 


Architect 


New York 


3 


Baumqartneb, Wm. & Co. 


Interior Decorators 


New York 


5 


Biscoe& Hewitt 


Architects 


Denver, Colo. 


1 


Bosworth, W. W. 


Architect 


New York 


i 


Boyd, Lawrence Visscher 


Architect 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


4 


Brown, Frank Chouteau 


Architect 


Boston, Mass. 


4 


Burnham, D. H. & Co. 


Architects 


Chicago, III. 


8 


Cave, Walter 


Architect 


London, England 


4 


Clinton & Russell 


Architects 


New York 


a 


Connick, Chas. J. 


Art Glass Designer 


Boston, Mass. 


s 


Cope & Stewardson 


Architects 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


4 


Cram, Goodhue & Ferguson Architects 


Boston, Mass. 


5 


Davenport, A. H. Co. 


Interior Decorators 


Boston, Mass. 


3 


Eyre, Wilson 


Architect 


Philadelphia, Pa. 


3 


Fisher, W. E. & A. A. 


Architects 


Denver, Colo. 


* 



Fbench, Park M. 


Architect 


Denver, Colo. 


1 


Gilbert, Cass 


Architect 


New York 


4 


Gill, Irving J. 


Architect 


San Diego, Cal, 


4 


Gould & Champney 


Architects 


Seattle, Wash. 


4 


Gould, Carl F. 


Designer 


Seattle, Wash. 


1 


Graham & Myers 


Architects 


Seattle, Wash. 


4 


Gregg, D. A. 


Architectural Renderer 


Boston, Mass. 


1 


Howells & Stokes 


Architects 


New York & Seattle 5 


Huntington, D. R. & 
Carl F. Gould 


Architects 


Seattle, Wash. 


3 


Ittner, Wm. B. 


Architect 


St. Louis, Mo. 


4 


Jacobberger, Jos. 


Architect 


Portland, Oregon 


4 


Ketteker, Gustav 




Philadelphia, Pa. 


8 


Kikby, Petit & Green 


Architects 


New York & San F.l 


Konti, Isidore 


Sculptor 


New York 


S 


Leittle & Browne 


Architects 


Boston, Mass. 


5 


Lewis, David C. 


Architects 


Portland, Oregon 


a 


Lord & Hewlett 


Architects 


New York 


7 


Lowe & Ingram 


Architects 


Chicago, HI. 


1 


Massachusetts Institute 


ok Technology 


Boston, Mass. 


9 


Drawings by E. T. Williams 






Miss W. E. 


Babcock 






L. Svarz 








R. KlBBEY 








J. McGinniss 






H. D. Chandler 






Mack, Junket & Tyler 


Interior Decorators 


New York 


4 


May, E. J. 


Architect 


Bloomsbury Square, 
London 1 


MacLaren & Thomas 


Architects 


Colo. Springs, Colo. 4 


MacNavghton. Raymond & . ,. 
T .w„-.„„.. Architects 


Portland, Oregon 


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Mkbchison, Kenneth M. Architect 

Palmer & Hornbobtel Architects 

Pell & Cobbett Architect* 

Perkins & Hamilton Architects 

Platt, Chas. A. Architect 

Pond & Pond Architects 

Post, Geo. B. & Sons Architects 

Russell & Rice Architects 

Scback, Jas. H. Architect 
Schmidt, Gabden & Mabtin Architects 

Smith, Ltcian E. Architect 

Somervell & Cote Architects 

Taylor, James Knox Architect 

Vabian & Vabian Architects 

Walker J. Flood Architect 

Walton, Geo. Architect 

Willcox & Saywabd Architects 

Wood, Donn & Deming Architects 

Wtlobd, Leonard F. Architect 



New York 


8 


New York 


18 


New York 


3 


Chicago, 111. 


4 


New York 


7 


Chicago, III. 


5 


New York 


4 


Seattle, Wash. 


2 


Seattle, Wash. 


3 


Chicago, 111. 


4 


New York 


9 


Seattle, Wash. 


3 


Washington, D. 


C. 4 


Denver, Colo. 


3 


San Antonio, Texas 7 


So. Kensington, 

London 
Seattle, Wash. 


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Washington, D. C. 4 
London 1 





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THE present collection of drawings and studies by Edwin Ilowland Blashfield, which 
includes also photographs of the completed works, is of unusual interest as show- 
ing the method and manner of one of the eminent artists of this country. In ad- 
dition to arousing the interest of the art lover, these drawings may present very valuable 
lessons to the art student. Here may be seen how another man has worked; how he did in 
many cases what the student himself is striving to do. 

Edwin II. Blashfield's reputation rests chiefly upon his mural decorations. In Ihis 
field of art he has worked with great success, and his decorations adorn the walls and ceil- 
ings of public buildings in many of the large cities of this country. One of his important 
works is the decoration of the dome of the Congressional Library at Washington, of which 
the theme. "The Progress of Civilization)" is presented by a series of symbolic figures. 

Edwin H. Blashfield is an American by birth, and although his student days were spent 
in Paris, he returned to this country finally in 188], fourteen years after he had first gone 
abroad, and he has since made his home in New York, the city of his birth. He has received 
numerous honors, and has been elected to membership in many representative institutions 
and societies. He was at one time President of the Society of American Artists, and he is 
a member of the Society of Mural Painters, of the Architectural League, of the National 
Academy of Design, of the Society of Arts and Letters, and he is an honorary member of 
the American Institute of Architects. He has lectured on art at Columbia University, 
Yale University and Harvard University; he is the author, in collaboration with Mrs. Blash- 
field, of "Italian Cities": and he is the editor of a fine edition of Vasari's "Lives of the 
Painters." 

NO TE: Mr. Blashfield has allowed the A rchitectural League of the Pacific Coast to Exhibit his entire 
collection of sketches and studies for the winter and spring. 

Denver and Los Angeles are the first cities to have the opportunity of seeing the exhibition. San Fran- 
cisco, Portland. Tacoma and Seattle will have the same treat before the work '* relumed to Mr. Blashfield. 

A few of the drawings in this collection may be purchased. 

Accompnnvlnt Illustration* are copyright tij E. D. WnslilliM 




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THE USES OF WEALTH. LUNETTE 
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Photograph of Decoration in the Music Room ok the House of Mr. Adolph 
Lewisohn. 

The theme of the Decoration is "Music," which is represented by a proces- 
sional, headed by three figures typifying the music of Greek and Egyptian an- 
tiquity, after which come Pastoral. Dramatic, Popular and Military Music, and 
a figure typifying Modern Classical Music entwined in one drapery with Melody 
and Harmony. 

a. Study for Figure of Classical Music between Melody and Harmony. 

6. Study for Figures of Pastoral Music and Dramatic Music. 

c. Study for Figures of Popular Music and Military Music. 

d. Study for Figure of Oriental Music. 

Photograph of Decoration in the Great Hall of the College of the City of 
New York. 

The theme of the Decoration is "The Graduate." In the center the Gradu- 
ate, having lighted his torch at Die Sacred Fire of Learning, is about to start on 
his voyage of Life; Alma Mater bids him Godspeed. Behind him is a colossal 
statue of Wisdom. At either side of her are ten seated ligures of women repre- 
senting universities. At the right of the center is a figure of Discipline, with sword 
and scourge, awaiting the Graduate to accompany him on his journey. At right 
and left are two groups of men representing Branches of Study: at the left,Democ- 
ritus for Philosophy, Augustus Caesar for Law, Harvey for Medicine, Isaac New- 
ton for Mathematics; at the right, Shakespeare tor Poetry, Beethoven for Music. 
Michael Angelo for Art, Petrarch for Lei ters, and Lord Kelvin for Modern Science. 
Below at the left are the Aspirants, the People, and at the right, the Collegians of 
to-day. 

a. Study for Figure of "Alma Mater." 

Ii. Study for Figure of "Discipline." 

C. Study for Figure of University of Alexandria. 

(/. Study for Figure of the University of Athens. 

e. Study for Figure of University of Home. 
/. Study for Figure of University of Bologna. 

g. Study for Figure of "Holland" of the University of Leyden. 

h. Study for Figure of the University of Paris. 

i. Study for Figure of the University of Heidelberg. 

;. Study for Head of Figure of the University of Upsala. 

k. Study for Group of "Decorative Children." 

in. Study for Head of Figure of the University of Alexandria. 

n. Study for Drapery. 

o. Study for Figure of the University of Heidelberg. (Before draping.) 

p. Study for Figures of Universities of Leyden and Paris. 

q. Study for Figure of University of Paris. (Before draping.). 

r. Study for Figure of University of Bologna. (Before draping.) 

s. Study for Figure of University of Cordova. 

/. Study for Figure of University of Athens. 

u. Study for Head of a University. 

v. Study for Head of University of Cordova. 



Photograph of Decoration in the House of Mr. George W. Childs Drexei.. 

The Figures typify Religion (St. Francis), Art (Raphael), Music (St. Cecilia), 
Law (Portia), Philosophy (Plato), Patriotism (Joan of Arc), Poetry (Sappho) 
and Enterprise (Harold Ilaardrade). 

a. Study for Figure of Art (Raphael Sanzio). 

b. Study for Figure of Music (St. Cecilia). 

c. Photograph of a Decorative Panel (Fpic and Dramatic Poetry]. 

Photograph <>f Decoration in the Senate Chamber of the State Capitol <>k 

Minnesota. 

The theme of the Decoration is "Minnesota a* a < train State." In the center 
of the panel a female figure, which symbolizes the State of Minnesota, is drawn 
forward by a yoke of oxen. The figure is enthroned on sheaves of wheat, and is 
being crowned by two winged genuises. At the right of the central group is a 
group of licr soldiers of the <"i\il War, and an army nurse to suggest the Sanitary 
Commission. At the left are the farmers with their reaping machines, the me- 
chanics, the workmen, ami the people generally. 

u. Study for Figure of Child. </. Stud} for Child's Head. 

6. Study for Figure. Study for Child. 

c. Study for Head. 

Photograph of Decoration of mi Simu ( hambeh oi rni Stati Capitol oi 
Minnesota. 

"The Discoverers and CiviluEers Led to the Source of the Mississippi" form-. 
the theme of this Decoration. In the center i- ■ figure symbolising the G 
Spirit, and at his feet sit an Indian man and woman, typifying the Indian I 
At the right of this group arc seen the seventeenth century explorers, with one of 
their light boats. At the left are seen priests and the colonists, with a dog sli 
The sledge and the light hoat were tin- two vehicles which opened up the North- 
wes t . 

n. Study for Figure. Stud} f. >r Head of Indian. 

h. Study for Figure. 

PhOIOGRAPU 01 Decoration OF Hit CHANCH "I Mil (nil 
I'llll ADELPHIA. 

o Photograph of Decoration. Study for 1 

//. Photograph of Study for Decorati Study f"r r'i 

e Study for Head ;. Stud; fat 

i/ Study for II k. Stud} for a Group ol 

Study for Head /. Study of an Ai . 

Study for II Sti Foi II 

</. Study for Figure 

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8. Photograph of Decoration in the Court House of the City of Baltimore. 

"Washington Laying His Commission, as Commander-in-Chief, at the Feet 
of Columbia" forms the theme of this Decoration. In the center is a seated figure 
symbolizing Columbia. Opposite to Washington, and wearing the black and gold 
of the State, is a figure symbolizing "The Commonwealth of Maryland." Behind 
her are "War" sheathing her sword, and "Resistance to Oppression" breaking a 
rod. Behind Washington are "Peace" with the "Horn of Plenty," and "Com- 
mercial Prosperity." At right and left are officers of the Continental Army, 
magistrates, a French officer in a white uniform, women and children, and troops 
presenting arms. 

a. Photograph of Court Room containing Decoration. 

b. Smaller Photograph of Decoration. / Study for "Commerce." 

c. Study for Figure. 3. Study for Head. 

d. Study for Head. h. Study for Head of "War." 

e. Study for Two Children. 

0. Photograph ok Decoration in the Court House of the City of Baltimore 

"The Edict of Toleration of Kit!)" ("Lord Baltimore recommending his peo- 
ple to Wisdom, Justice and Mercy") forms the theme of this Decoration. Behind 
Lord Baltimore are a Catholic Priest and a Protestant Pastor, holding between 
them the Edict of Toleration; behind them and at their sides are Indians and a 
negro woman. 

a. Study for Figures of Justice and Mercy. 

b. Study for Figures of Wisdom and Justice. 

0. Study for Crouching Figure. d. Enlargement of Number Nine. 

10. Photograph of Decoration in the Appellate Court. New York City. 

"The Power of the Law" is the theme of this Decoration. In the center 
Justice draws her sword to protect the Right At her feet is a kneeling figure. 
At left and right are two Magistrates holding books, and figures typifying Roman 
Law, Canon Law, and Common Law. 

11. Photograph of Decoration for the Ceiling in the Ball-room in the Hotel 

Waldorf-Astoria. 

a. Photograph of Decoration. c. Study for Figures. 

b. Study for Figures. 

18. Photograph of Decoration in the Bank of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh. 

"Pittsburgh Offering Her Steel and Iron to the World" is the theme of this 
Decoration. 



13. Photograph of Decoration in the State Capitol of Iowa. 

"Westward" is the theme of this Decoration. The pioneers are represented 
as being led westward by the Spirits of Enterprise and Civilization. 

a. Photograph of Decoration. r. Study for Figures. 

b. Photograph of Flying Figures. /. Study for Head. 

c. Study for Head. g. Study for Figures of Pioneers and Fly- 

d. Study for Head and three-quarters ing Spirits of Steam and Electricity. 

Figure. /(. Study of Flying Figures. 

14. Photograph of Decoration in the New State Capitol of Wisconsin, at Madi- 

son, Wisconsin. 

The theme of this Decoration is "Wisconsin." Near the center of the panel 
a seated Female Figure, symbolizing Wisconsin) is surrounded by three female 
figures symbolizing Lake Superior, Lake Michigan and the Mississippi, the three 
bodies of water in the lap of which Wisconsin lies geographically. Behind Wis- 
consin are five of the early Explorers and one of the Jesuit Fathers. In the center 
of the panel a standing female figure, symbolizing "To-day," points through a clear- 
ing in the forest to the city. Behind are the Lumbermen, Miners and Far 
At the right of the panel an Indian covering his eyes suggest! the order of things 
which has passed utterly away. At the left a female figure. "The Future." guards 
her little "Lamp of Progress" from the wind "and listens t,, the Spirit of the ' 
servation of Force, who, standing by her side, tells her to be mindful of her 
and other natural resources." 

a. Study for Figures. h. Study for Head of a M 

b. Study for Figures. i. Study for Figul 

c. Study for Figun Study for Head of Figure of 

d. Study for Figure. -in." 

g. Study for Figures of Indians A-. Study fur Head of "lake Michigan." 

/. Study for Head of Figure of "Lake /. Study for Bead of Figun 
Superior." ration of I 

g. Study for Figure of "Lake Superior. "m. Study for Figure of the Future. 

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o. Klea, study for a Head. d. Drawing (( lipid with matques). 

b. Drawing (Klea wee-ping). r. Drawing (Cupid marioncti. 

c. Drawing (Cupid on at* /. Draw 

it; Decoration in m Board Room or thi Prpdkntiai i Newark. 

a. Photograph of Lunette. "Prudence Binding Fortune." 

/). Photograph of Lunette. "Thrift Driving the Wolf from the I ' 

17. Photographs of Decoration for a Puno for M <'hild8 Drzxkl, 

of Philadelphia. 

a. Military Music. Ihamatic Music. 

6. Sacred Music. •/. Pastoral Music. 



18 Photograph of a Part of the Decoration of the Central Dome of the Con- 
gressional Library at Washington. 

a Photograph of Scaffolding for Decoration. 
6. Study for Lantern Crown. 

19. Photograph "The Angel with the Flaming Sword." 

20. Study "The Choir Boys." 

21. Study for Decoration, Figure of an Angel. 

22. Heads in Red Chalk. 

23. Flying Figure. 

2+ Photograph, Anoel, Study for "Bells." 

25. Photograph of " The Bellb." 

26. Photograph, "Justice," Panel in Wilkes-BaRBE Court House. 

a. Studies. g. Study (Suppliant). 

6. Study, "Justice." h. Study (nude) for Figure of Justice. 

C. Study, "Law." f. Study, Two Little Girls. 

e. Study for Lawyer. j. Study for Figure of Mercy. 

/. Study for Little Girl's Head. /,-. Study for Figure of Truth, 

g. Study (nude) of Figure for Lawyer. /. Study, Workmen (before draping). 

27. Study for a Decoration Referring to the Fulton Celebration. 

28. Study for a Decoration Referring to the Hudson Celebration (Discovery 

of the Hudson River). 

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